Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alpha Alpha Eta                                                     AAH
(Virginia State University)

26 July 2001: Jennifer Whitney.

Alpha Alpha Kappa                                                   AAK
(Cameron University)

6 April 2001: Jay Browning, Julia Bueoy, Jefferey Burleson, Danielle
Elam, Justin Hart, Daniel Loven, Bruce McDanel, Kori Lynn
Moffett-Hargraves, Andrew Moser, Elisabeth Porter.

Alpha Alpha Mu                                                      AAM
(University of Texas, Brownsville and Texas Southmost College)

25 June 2001: Lorena Barron, Ester Leal, Timothy Lopes, Arnoldo
Mendoza, Anita Velita, Margarita A. Villarreal.

Alpha Beta Epsilon                                                  ABE
(University of Hawai'i, Manoa)

7 September 2001: Margarita I. Ayala.

Alpha Beta Pi                                                    AB[PI]
(Florida International University)

15 May 2001: Amaury Betancourt, Marcy Duarte, Travis Rosen, Carlene A.
Thissen.

Alpha Beta Upsilon                                                  ABY
(Lynchburg College)

6 April 2001: Walter T. Bailey, Diana L. Batzka, Stephanie Brinegar,
Christopher J. Delaware, Laura L. Gunter, Christopher M. Lenahan,
Thelma L. Mundy, Matt J. Speliotis, Stuart A. Wandrei.

Alpha Delta                                                    A[DELTA]
(Marquette University)

23 February 2001: Antoni J. Apollo, Jamie J. Aulk, Margaret M. Bevens,
Stephen B. Cox, Christopher Daniel, Ethan M. Decoster, Ryan D. Dunn,
Adrian H. Gardner, Jamie Goulet, Steven J. Helmke, John F. Hoarty,
Christopher G. Ivanov, Katherine Lehman, Jennifer L. Marsh, Stephanie
McBean, Courtney C. Miller, Keith R. Moser, Lauren M. Nichols, Marissa
Ortiz, Nicole PaleD, Melissa Prickett, Zachary M. Pruhs, Bob Rasmussen,
Nathaniel V. Romano, Oscar Rueda, Catherine M. Sanders, Christopher
Shermach, Crystal A. Solie, Mary E. Stanton, Elizabeth M. Swedo,
Matthew J. Torbenson, Monica C. Witkowski.

Alpha Delta Omega                                       A[DELTA][OMEGA]
(University of Michigan, Dearborn)

12 November 2001: Michael A. Riggs.

Alpha Delta Pi                                             A[DELTA][PI]
(Ramapo College of New Jersey)

4 May 2001: Diann M. Mello.

Alpha Delta Rho                                               A[DELTA]P
(University of Houston, Clear Lake)

20 October 2001: Katherine A. Trammell, Raymond C. Wilson.

Alpha Delta Upsilon                                           A[DELTA]Y
(Texas A & M University, Texarkana)

27 April 2001: Julius Anderson, Dustin Cook, Donna Hall, Clifford O.
Happy, Aletta Holloway, Michelle Holmes, Jerry L. Hoover, Steven
Lambeth, Jo Dee Lundy, Jonah Slaton, Dawna Vise.

Alpha Epsilon Omicron                                               AEO
(Brandeis University)

7 May 2001: Ariel I. Abram, Miriam R. Aronin, Jacob E. Axel, Jessica A.
Balun, Rachel Barckhous, Ian T. Cadillac, Lee Cohen, Peter D. DiPaola,
Stacy P. Feingold, Andres F. Garzon, Samantha B. Gross, Jonathan Hanus,
Christopher J. Henson, Emily Holdtman, Sarah E. Jagolinzer, Jennifer M.
Jaynes, Brian K. Kennedy, Dany Khy, Ethan Lebowitz, Tamas Marton,
Lauren M. McCormack, Khrysti L. Nazarro, Melinda G. Nelson-Hurst, Betsy
L. Plumb, Jennifer A. Ray, Michael A. Sackton, Aliza R. Saivetz, Ali N.
Shelley, Sarah M. Simon. Aaron D. Trager, Daniel F. Weiser, Jamie B.
Weissbrot.

Alpha Epsilon Psi                                               AE[PSI]
(Our Lady of Holy Cross College)

3 May 2001: Alison Alonso, Joseph Amadee, James Scott Greene, Courtney
Hatch, S. Gordon Reese, Conrad Rein, Adam Strickland, Autumn Wood.

Alpha Epsilon Theta                                           AE[THETA]
(Purdue University, Calumet)

6 April 2001: Billie Chatman, Angela Cuevas, Jerry Farrar, John H.
Flores, Ken Kelleman, Scott J. McCabe, Kathleen Noel, Timothy Penn,
Ramon D. Salinas, Phyllis A. Wilson.

Alpha Eta Alpha                                                     AHA
(Mercyhurst College)

8 May 2001: Brett Bentley, Adam Blahut, Katherine Bojarski, Thomas
Chmielenski, William H. 

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